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Can the senior ‘A’ Prowlers capture the cup on home ice tonight?

The Eastern Ontario Senior Hockey League championship cup could be presented tonight, if the Cornwall Prowlers can prevail on home ice over the West Carleton Rivermen.


Friday evening on the road, Storm Adams scored the game-winner, with just two seconds remaining in the game, to give the Prowlers the series lead, as Cornwall skated to a 7-6 comeback victory.

Entering the third period, the Prowlers held a 4-3 edge, until the Rivermen drew even 3:29 in. Jacob Dawson restored the lead two minutes later, but West Carleton wasn’t done, potting a pair to move in front, 6-5.

At the 15:05 mark Brian Landry found the target to get the Prowlers back on even terms, before Adams scored the late game-winner.

Cornwall’s offence began the contest clicking on all cylinders, as the Prowlers opened up a 4-0 lead, on two goals each from Marc Andre Labelle and Adams.

West Carleton got two back in the latter stages of the period and added another in the second stanza.

Cornwall goaltender Frederic Roy made 41 saves, while the Prowlers had 31 shots on Rivermen netminder Dave Stathos.

Despite Cornwall having five power-play opportunities and three for West Carleton, neither side scored with the man advantage.

Prowlers earning assists were JP Carey (2), Tristan Perreault-Gagnon (2), Jesse Fontaine (2), Labelle, Brandon Watt, Dylan Stacey, and Devon Burns.

The series, a best-of-five affair, sees Cornwall with a two-games-to one edge heading home to the multi-sport complex (rink 1) for a February 29 contest, at 7:30 p.m.

For a reminder on how we got to this point, please see this story about games last weekend.

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Prowlers face off in do-or-die game Saturday

Their EOSHL semifinal series comes down to a third and deciding game Saturday afternoon, when the senior ‘A’ Cornwall Prowlers will face off against the Deseronto Bulldogs. Game time at the Civic Complex is set for 3 p.m.

After the Prowlers were surprised with a 6-5 loss in game one, Cornwall rallied on home ice last Sunday, pasting the Bulldogs 10-3.

Storm Adams (named second star of the game) paced the offence with a hat-trick contribution, while first-star selection Tristan Perreault-Gagnon notched four assists.

Prowlers photo
Prowlers photo

Marc Andre Labelle had five points, including a goal, and Gabriel Veilleux checked in with three points (3 goals, 1 assist). Other contributors included Kenny Neil (1 G, 2 A), Charles Landry (1 G, 1 A), James Kirkwood (1 G), Jeff Clarke (2 A), JP Carey (2 A), and Brandon Watt (2 A).

Goaltender Frederic Roy made 30 saves in the hemp hut.

The winner of Saturday afternoon’s contest will face the league-leading West Carleton Rivermen in the championship series.

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SD&G champion Gaels take EOSSAA volleyball silver

Glengarry District High School’s senior boys volleyball team, fresh off its championship league play that was capped off with the SD&G title, captured silver at the November 14 EOSSAA tournament, in Renfrew.

GDHS Gaels
Gaels volleyball players. (Natasha Rickerd photo)

Seeded third at the regional competition, the Gaels beat Granite Ridge (Sharbot Lake) in straight sets, on scores of 25-12 and 25-10. The boys lost to top-ranked, and host school St. Joseph’s, 25-18 and 25-20, finishing second in their pool.

The Glengarry boys met Rideau (Elgin) in their semifinal, prevailing in three sets (21-25, 25-22, and 15-11), to advance to the championship match where the boys again collided with the host Jaguars.

Coach Katherine Adams tells me that the Renfrew team featured an experienced squad led by seven fifth-year players, with a deep bench. The Gaels “played very well and connected with great hits. I’m sure we scared them [the Jaguars] a little as we had a tiny lead for much of the second set.”

In the end, the boys from Glengarry fell in straight sets, 25-18 and 25-20, taking silver.

Adams adds, “Placing second out of 45 single-A schools in EOSSAA is a great accomplishment. The athleticism on this team is promising for other sports this year.”

To read about the Gaels’ SD&G championship, please see this post.

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Winless season continues for senior A Millionaires

It was another tough outing for the EOSHL Maxville Millionaires, as the senior ‘A’ hockey squad took it on the chin today in a 13-4 loss at The Vault.

Maxville Millionaires logo

The Millionaires (0-5) fell to the West Carleton Rivermen (4-1-0-1) in Saturday afternoon action, despite a strong offensive game from Stevie Ray Adams, who put up four bills (1 goal, 3 assists).

Other Maxville bank deposits were made by Pierre Luc Sabourin (1 goal, 1 assist), Braedan Pearl (1 goal), Ian Boots (1 goal), David Bennette (1 assist), and Brandon Watt (1 assist).

Marie Soleil Deschenes and Alain Ravary shared the goaltending duties, facing 37 shots on goal between them. Millionaires skaters combined for 26 shots on the West Carleton net.

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